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Stories from Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Counterfeit Money Comes to Town (09/24/08)
Lewisburg Police arrested a young man attempting to purchase something with counterfeit money at the Wal-Mart Supercenter early Monday morning. For the full story, see Wednesday's Tribune.
Accused lawnmower thief indicted (09/24/08)
A Moore County man was indicted last week by a Marshall County grand jury on theft charges stemming from a five-county investigation into missing lawn mowers. Norman Henry Litchford, 70, whose Raysville Road home is served by the Tullahoma Post Office, is charged with theft of lawnmowers and related lawn care equipment, according to court records here...
No official notice regarding JECDB (09/24/08)
Two Marshall County Chamber of Commerce leaders say the business group hadn't been consulted on the idea of having it be an alternative to a state-mandated board for economic and community development in this county and so, quoting the organization's president, the Chamber's executive says the idea is "null and void" as far as the Chamber is concerned...
Speeder pleads to drug offenses (09/24/08)
Marshall County Circuit Court Judge Robert Crigler last week sentenced an Indiana woman to serve 10 years with the Tennessee Department of Corrections because of her guilty pleas to speeding and drug possession charges. For the full story, see Wednesday's Tribune...
Local Dems campaigning (09/24/08)
The Marshall County Democratic Party will continue a couple of time-honored traditions locally and statewide in these closing weeks of the campaign toward the presidential election on Nov. 4. For the full story, see Wednesday's Tribune.
Ike refugees land in Lewisburg (09/24/08)
Call them the Hurricane Seven. Adults among these seven escapees from Hurricane Ike agreed last week that they face a Catch 22 here in Lewisburg, where they're trying to find employment. If they do get jobs they're probably going to stay because there's no reason to return to Orange County, Texas, where mold is now growing in their storm-soaked mobile home that lost some of its siding due to the storm...
Medical records prompt increased charges (09/24/08)
A Lewisburg man was indicted last week on an attempted murder charge, one of nearly a dozen charges issued in several cases by a Marshall County grand jury this month. For the full story, see Wednesday's Tribune.
Scalding trial delayed (09/24/08)
Clarity was lacking in child abuse charges alleged by indictments issued last winter, according to a defense attorney, so his client has now been indicted a third time for allegedly dunking a boy's buttocks in hot water.
Tigers Triumph over Page to Remain Undefeated (09/24/08)
Nothing good ever comes easy. The Marshall County Tigers (4-0, 2-0 Region) pulled out yet another hard fought victory Friday night, defeating long time rival Page 28-20 at Preston Hopkins Field behind an improved defense and a big night from tailback Justin Braden...
Tigerettes fall to Page (09/24/08)
The Marshall County Tigerettes suffered their third defeat in four games Thursday, Sept. 18, when they dropped a 6-0 decision at home to District leader Page (7-1, 4-0 District), who had outscored their previous three league opponents 31-1. Coming off a tough 2-1 road loss to Middle Tennessee Christian two days earlier, the Tigerettes (3-4-1, 2-4-1 District) turned in a spirited effort in the first half against the Lady Patriots and battled Page to a scoreless draw through the first thirty-three minutes of play.. ...
Homecoming sweet for FMS Rockets (09/24/08)
The Forrest Middle School Rockets, coming off one the biggest wins in the program's history last Tuesday versus David Lipscomb, returned to the home field in Chapel Hill just two days later and extended their unbeaten streak to seven on the season with an easy 30-8 win over Community Middle School...
Obituaries (09/24/08)
Obits for 24 Sept. Mark 'Popeye' Grant Mark " Popeye" Grant, 45, of Lewisburg, died on Saturday, Sept. 20, 2008, at Williamson Medical Center. Mr. Grant was raised in Michigan and resided in Los Angeles, Calif., before moving to Lewisburg four years ago. He was employeed at the Marshall County Courthouse as a Deputy Clerk in General Sessions court. He was a motorcycle enthusiast, and a member of the Nashville Weasles motorcycle group...